Monday April 6th 2020



Need For Speed World

Need For Speed World
Need for Speed World is the newest offering from the NFS franchise. What makes this game different from the others is that it is a “Massively Multiplayer Online” arcade style racing simulator. You can race against opponents from all over the world in real-time, track your stats, and earn bragging rights. You gain experience and level up as you unlock more challenging tracks and earn the ability to purchase and upgrade more powerful cars. I’ve played this game for a few weeks while it was in beta and it is very addictive.  I’m looking forward to it being released on July 27th, 2010. People that pre-order will get access to special cars and a one week headstart on the competition.

Price: About $20 | Get: EA Store

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Dead On Tools Annihilator

If a tool could have a mullet, this tool would be sporting the most kickass Mississippi Mudflap imaginable. It’s a hammer. A crowbar. A stake. A bottle-opener. A skull!

This tool can work all day then drink a sixer and fight it’s way to the front of a circa-1980s general admission Motley Crue concert and head-bang to Wildside.

Why, you ask might someone need this tool. Duh. LOOK AT IT! You can’t afford not to have it. You need this tool for all the above listed uses and it is an essential addition to any Zombipocalyspe toolkit.

Quit being a ‘Nancy boy’ and get a man’s tool that can frame a shed, tear down a wall and fell a brain-sucking xombi.

Price: about $35 | Get:

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Backpack Bike

The fun part of climbing a mountain has always been the trip up.  A German company recently decided that was just kuhscheiße, and the return trip should be as much fun.  So they invented a bike that folds neatly into its own backpack.  The “Mountain Monk” (rough translation) seems to be only available in Europe at the moment, but that’s fine since they have the Internet over there too.  We can’t, however provide you any advice on how to make the purchase in euros.

Price: $1900 (€1500) | Get:  Renner Outdoor

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The Ultimate Food Processor!

It slices! It dices! It minces, cuts, chops, and gooifies! It purees pot roast! Shreds sausages! If it can be turned into liquid, the Cuisinart Elite Collection Food Processor can do in style! The Elite Collection Food Processor features separate stainless blades for slicing, shredding, mixing, and it has even dough blades! If that’s not enough, Cuisinart not only throws in a processor spatula and “how-to” DVD, but even includes a recipe book to get you started on great tasting, nutritious meals for the whole family. Don’t hesitate! Get this food manglin’ delicious machine today!

Price: $208.99 | Get: Abe’s of Maine

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Lopi Luwak

Kopi Luwak is monkey feces you drink, and boy is it goooood!  Harvested by hand  from the droppings of the Asian Palm Civet, this rare Sumatran blend can fetch upwards of $100 a cup in some high end shops, but Animal Coffee offers the tiny, roasted berries for a fraction of the cost.  Coffee critic Chris Rubin has this to say of the bean:  “The aroma is rich and strong, and the coffee is incredibly full bodied, almost syrupy. It’s thick with a hint of chocolate, and lingers on the tongue with a long, clean aftertaste.”  Not only is this a robust, smooth blend, but it comes pre-digested!

Price:  $40 | Get:  Animal Coffee

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BMW R 1200 GS Adventure

Whether you’re flying down the interstate or flying over the dirt trail, BMW’s line of dual sport motorcycles have provided backwoods fun and legitimate, fuel efficient transportation for generations. Bavarian Motor Works continues this tradition with the BMW R 1200 GS Adventure. With its 1170 cc “Boxer” four-stroke, this rugged off-roader has all the power need to tear up the fire trial or tear ass on the highway. You can have more ride time than ever with the GS Adventure; it boasts 51.1 mpg highway and 43.3 mpg in the city. Leave the SUV at home guys; it’s time for some Adventure!

Price: $17,000 | Get: BMW

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Sweetwater 420

Cool.  Delicious.  Refreshing.  Sweetwater 420 is everything you could want in an American Pale Ale and so much more.  A Southern-brewed beer based on West Coast flavors, Sweetwater’s extra pale ale is a hoppy beer with a slight, citrusy taste.  Drinkability and versatility mark this flexible drink as 420 is the perfect companion for watching the game, eating a slice at your favorite pizzeria, or just throwing a few back with your pals at your local bar.  This beer is my favorite, so I feel perfectly safe in saying:  if you like your beer smooth, full, and delicious, you can’t go wrong with Sweetwater 420.  And remember:  Don’t float the mainstream!

Price:  $8.99 | Get:  Wine 101

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The Deep Blue Good-by

“Home is the `Busted Flush,’ 52-foot barge-type houseboat, Slip F-18, Bahia Mar, Lauderdale.”  There is perhaps no other address as iconic in American pulp literature as Travis McGee’s Florida houseboat.  Mr. McGee, or Trav as he prefers it, is the “knight in tarnished armor” and “salvage consultant” who stars in bestselling author John D. MacDonald’s award winning mystery serial.  The Deep Blue Goodby is the first in the series, and features Trav’s cat and mouse game against the sociopath Junior Allen to recover a client’s stolen treasure.  The book reaches a thrilling climax where McGee battles Allen for his client’s pilfered goods and for his very life.  The first in over 21 novels, The Deep Blue Goodby is an excellent place to start enjoying MacDonald’s razor-sharp prose and poignant social commentary.

Price:  7.99 | Get:  Amazon

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Badass Cinema Shirt

Listen, do you know what kind of message is sent by a man wearing Sonny Chiba on his chest?

With the creation of Al Gore’s THE INTERNET ™, now  you don’t need to travel to Austin to pick-up a kickass Badass Cinema shirt. Sure, it would be awesome to check out a camp classic like The Street Fighter at the Alamo Drafthouse, but Tejanos ain’t the only ones that can grab this old school styin’ shirt.

Head over to and check out all the awesome shirts and constantly rotating limited edition prints of movie posters re-imagined and drawn by some great talented artists.

Price: $20 | Get:

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Pony Pacific Lo-Top Sneakers

I am ashamed to admit this:
I have more shoes then my wife

I love collecting shoes and have a soft spot for Pony. They were the first pair of “name brand” kicks I owned in middle school and I have stuck with them since.   I just like the way they look. The way they fit my wide ass foot. The way they feel. The styling. Everything. I must have 50 pairs of Ponys and I ain’t stopping now.

Similar to their styling of the famous City Wing brand, Pony is rolling out the Pacific which features a mixture of leather and suede in darker colors with some bright highlights.

Featuring a combination of old school aesthetics with new school stying, Pony is back in the game.

Price: about $60 | Get:

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